A young Nigerian man identified as Saviour Usin has celebrated getting admissions to study cancer research and molecular biology at University Of Ibadan.
A young Nigerian man, Saviour Usin, has taken to social media to celebrate being admitted to study for a Master’s program at the University of Ibadan.
Saviour Usin shared on LinkedIn that he recalled how 4 of his aunties bet that he will never attend school because of the death of their father in 2007.
“God has been so faithful to me. I lost my father in the year 2007 when I was just 11 years old and about writing my Junior Secondary School Certificate Examination. Alot of difference here and there among my parents families.”
“I remembered during one of the family meeting for the burial arrangement, my aunties (four of them) asked me and my siblings to bet and see that we will never go to school again.”
“After dad was buried, I had to spend two terms at home because of money for school fees. Alot upon alots has happened but God still stood up by me. I am very excited to announce that I just got admitted into the first and best university in Nigeria (University of Ibadan) for my Masters programme in Biochemistry (Cancer Research and Molecular Biology).”
Nitezens congratulate him.
Adetunji Toyosi Adeleke: “Congratulations Saviour and accept my condolences for your father’s loss. I do hope and pray that Biochemistry will not waste your time. The department has continued to rank high in time wasting.”
Chinaaza Dimejesi: “Congratulations on your offer of admission. We should all celebrate our wins no matter the size. Lost my Father when I was also 11 years in the same 2007. I am currently doing my MBA with the prestigious Univeristy of Nigeria, Nsukka”
Omotayo Farinre, Ph.D stated: “I find the number of names and their positions on a simple post-graduate offer letter to be an eyesore, all about the misplaced ego of those individuals and not about promoting the institution itself. Just take a look at the university’s banner and how obscure it looks relative to those names…”
Emovon Osamudiakomwan: “I love to see improvement in every aspect of life, especially of this nature. I am highly pleased with your determination and optimism to succeed Saviour Usin. You never allowed the demise of your father becloud your career vision. This is a great one. I felicitate with you! May God continue to strengthen and grant you more wisdom for excellence. Congratulations. All the best”
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